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Barack Obama may have given Chris Matthews a " thrill " up his leg, but the MSNBC host is pretty excited about Hillary Clinton in 2016.
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7 hrs ago | Bellingham Herald
This survey of 1,212 adults was conducted April 7-10 by the Marist Poll sponsored in partnership with McClatchy.
8 hrs ago | Business Journal
U.S. Sen. Rand Paul , a prospective presidential candidate in 2016, will be in Milwaukee next week hosting a school choice roundtable at St. Anthony School.
12 hrs ago | Mediaite.com
In a tongue-in-cheek column in the Wall Street Journal on Tuesday , columnist Bret Stephens backed Sen. Rand Paul to be the Republican Party's next presidential nominee.
16 hrs ago | Contra Costa Times
Sen. Rand Paul speaks at the Freedom Summit at The Executive Court Banquet Facility April 12, 2014 in Manchester, New Hampshire.
Conservative Republican Senators Rand Paul and Ted Cruz tested the 2016 presidential waters at an event on Saturday in the influential state of New Hampshire at which potential opponents from the more moderate wing of the party did not appear.
In a release to Southwest Florida media outlets, Senator Paul stated: "Washington is desperate for outside leadership; Curt Clawson is an outsider who will bring refreshing ideas to the halls of Congress.
As their hold on control of the U.S. Senate becomes more tenuous, high-ranking Democrats -- including the president -- are invoking charges of GOP racism more aggressively.
Seemingly oblivious to the implications of what he was saying, Sen. Rand Paul told ABC's Jonathan Karl that he didn't think it was a good idea to rule out containment of Iran: I've repeatedly voted for sanctions against Iran.
Sen. Rand Paul played along Sunday after "Saturday Night Live" poked fun at the Kentucky Republican as well as a few other potential GOP presidential candidates this weekend.
In this Nov. 6, 2013, file photo, Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., speaks on Capitol Hill in Washington.
The next U.S. presidential election is more than two years away, but competition for the nomination is well under way.
In the skit, "Saturday Night Live" cast members playing former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan introduce the "new" Republican Party to a crowd at Coachella , a well-known music festival being held in California.
The calendar reads April 2014, but in some ways it feels like it's April 2015, when the next race for the White House will be in full swing.
Sen. Rand Paul says potential White House rival Jeb Bush was inarticulate when he described immigrants who come to the United States illegally as committing an "act of love."
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